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Old 07-21-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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Talking Crossroads HILL COUNTRY RV is expensive!! Bullet Supreme still tops.

We've been looking around at a lot of RV brands in order to upgrade from our 21' to a 30'.

Our favorite was the Bullet Supreme 30' Rear Living, bar none! But then we saw the Hill Country brand of Crossroads. SO neat since we're in Texas. It has great Texas Style inside---a Texas flag pillow on the bed, leather looking couch with Texas designs, and similar in layout to the Bullet Supreme.
It also had a slide-out closet area with drawers--VERY nice. And two ACs instead of one.

But here's the problem: the Hill Country bathroom sucked. Teeny sink and NO storage. Even the underside of the sink had no shelf and was simply full of pipes. And it's nearly $10,000 more than the Bullet Supreme.

WHAT a disappointment. For the great closet slide-out with the Hill Country and the nice Texas flair, it was NOT worth nearly $10,000 more!!!

Would I have chosen the Hill Country over the Bullet Supreme if it had been closer in price?? Yes, because I LOVED the Texas style and would have lived with the terrible bathroom.

But I'm kinda glad I can't choose it. The Bullet Supreme is much less, and is JUST as nice, even without the Texas style.

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Old 07-22-2012, 05:03 AM   #2
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I willing to bet for half that difference you can change the decor to "Texas".

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Old 07-23-2012, 09:59 AM   #3
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I willing to bet for half that difference you can change the decor to "Texas".
lol. Not a doubt about that. lol. But you'd have to see the interior of the Hill Country to see what I mean. i.e. it can't all be duplicated. But you can put your money on the fact that I'll get a Texas style in the Bullet with the creative use of pillows and such rather than spend nearly $10,000 for the Hill Country. i.e. savvy shoppers know how to create the designer clothing look without spending the cash.
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